Throughout your learning journey in this learning track, you will not only experience content in support of the Alliance’s Competency Areas, but will be prompted to consider how the specific practice of CME currently under discussion is linked to research and theory about CME, using Moore, Green, and Gallis’ model. The content is based on the Alliance’s Competency Areas. You’ll be reviewing content and learning about topics related to: • Adult & Organizational learning • Educational Interventions • Systems Thinking & Relationships with Stakeholders • Leadership/Administration & Management • Performance Measurement • Knowledge of the CME Environment This track begins with a learning needs assessment inventory, which will help you identify modules and topics on which you want to spend more time. Next, you’ll engage in self-directed exercises that get you working on your own materials, discuss topics with peers and co-workers, and practice what is being learned by making edits to real CME materials and planning documents! The interactivity and experiential nature of the modules’ design supports proficiency development, which is rooted in experience and aided by reflection, practice, feedback, and the solving of genuine problems. An overall goal of this learning track, through this integration, is to facilitate the development and refinement of tools and procedures that will guide you as a proficient scholarly practitioner in the planning and assessment of CME.